A few nice surprises were hidden amongst EA's fiscal 2010 report, many of which can be found in the company's updated release schedule (find it after the break).
Before we dive right into that, though, here are a few tidbits worth mentioning: Battlefield 1943 has sold 1.5 million units to date -- making it the best-selling XBLA and PSN title out there -- and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has reached 5 million units sold.
More importantly (to me, anyway), the release schedule more or less confirms that Dead Space 2 will indeed be coming to PC. Hooray! Now let's never speak of this again. Other highlights include a bunch of not-yet-announced projects as well as People Can Fly's Bulletstormgetting listed as a fourth-quarter release.
There's more to it than that, so give the list a quick look if you're wondering when some of EA's titles are expected to make it into our hands.
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